Everyone likes a good celebration. For us Indians, there is no better way to get together with friends and family than with a feast of sumptuous and delicious dishes. While it is tempting to put one’s diet in the backseat, it is also easy to overdo indulgence and lose control at the dining table by eating too fast or too much, leading to an upset stomach or indigestion.
Indigestion is is the discomfort in the upper abdomen or stomach It commonly occurs during or right after eating. It may produce pain or a burning sensation in the stomach.
Ingestion affects our bodies in various ways like abdominal bloating, gas and burping, nausea, burning sensation and gurgling sound in the stomach. Let’s have a look at some of the ways that would help resolve this discomforting problem.
Changing eating habits, such as giving adequate time for meals, avoiding exercise immediately after a meal, chewing food properly and completely, relaxing, and getting enough rest can help to reduce indigestion.
Peppermint is more than a breath freshener. It also has an antispasmodic effect on the body, making it a great choice for relieving stomach problems like nausea and indigestion. Drink a cup of peppermint tea after meals to quickly soothe your stomach or keep a few pieces of peppermint in your pocket and suck on the candy after eating.
Chamomile tea is known to help induce sleep and calm anxiety. This herb can also ease gut discomfort and relieve indigestion by reducing stomach acid in the gastrointestinal tract. Chamomile also acts as an anti-inflammatory to stop the pain.
To prepare chamomile tea, place one or two tea bags in boiling water for 10 minutes. Pour in a cup and add honey, if desired. Drink the tea as needed to stop indigestion.
The claimed health benefits of apple cider vinegar range from improving the condition of skin to encouraging weight loss. It may also help to ease indigestion. Since too little stomach acid can trigger indigestion, drink apple cider vinegar to increase your body’s production of stomach acid.
Ginger is another natural remedy for indigestion because it can reduce stomach acid. The same way too little stomach acid causes indigestion, too much stomach acid has the same effect. Drink a cup of ginger tea as needed to soothe your stomach and get rid of indigestion. Other options include sucking on ginger candy, drinking ginger ale, or making your own ginger water.
This antispasmodic herb can also remedy indigestion after a meal, as well as soothe other gastrointestinal problems like stomach cramping, nausea, and bloating. Put 1/2 teaspoon of crushed fennel seed in water and allow it to boil for 10 minutes before drinking. Drink fennel tea whenever you experience indigestion.
Baking soda can quickly neutralize stomach acid and relieve indigestion, bloating, and gas after eating. For this remedy, add 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda to half a cup of warm water and drink.
The alkaline effect of lemon water also neutralizes stomach acid and improves digestion. Mix a tablespoon of lemon juice in hot or warm water and drink a few minutes before eating. Along with easing indigestion, lemon water is also an excellent source of vitamin C.
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